Lady Gaga Plans Promo Trip to India, Big-Ups Bollywood
Lady Gaga Plans Promo Trip to India, Big-Ups Bollywood

Lady Gaga took to YouTube to send well wishes to legendary saxophonist Clarence Clemons, who suffered a stroke on Sunday, from her and her fans. Watch below.

Gaga took to Twitter to drum up the well-wishes for Clemons from her Little Monsters on Sunday (June 12), writing, "Little monsters, my very close friend + musician on The Edge of Glory, Clarence Clemons is very sick. Can we all make some get well videos?"

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The longtime saxophonist for Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band recently worked with Lady Gaga on the songs "Hair" and "The Edge of Glory" from her latest, "Born This Way."

In the 13-minute clip, Gaga thanks Clemons for his help with the album, wishes him to get well soon and extends "a big hug from the whole world."

Then Gaga's Little Monsters from all over the globe wish Clemons well, while sound clips of Gaga and Clemons' collaborations play in the background. Several fans "put up their claws" for Clemons, and one fan even sings a cover of "Born this Way" with the central lyrics changed to "Get Better Today."

Clemons remains in a Florida hospital, but is reportedly recovering better than initially expected, according to Bruce Springsteen fan magazine, Backstreets.